Mary Broderick Interview

Mary Broderick has worked with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet (CSJ), St. Paul Province, for over 40 years. She joined with Sister Anne Joachim Moore at the founding of St. Mary's Junior College as a nursing professor and...

Len Ballek and Sahna Ballek

Sahna Ballek [no age given] shares a conversation with her father, Len Ballek [no age given], about how he met her mother. They also talk about adoption and their relationship as father and daughter.

Stacey Rosenberger and Fred Rosenberger

Stacey (45) and Fred Rosenberger (41) remember the difficulties of explaining Stacey’s cancer diagnosis to their daughter, Olivia. Stacey and Fred remembers all the techniques they used to explain Stacey’s illness to Olivia.

Laura Sherman and Joanna Sherman

Joanna Sherman (21) talks with her twin sister, Laura Sherman (21) about what being a twin means and family relationship shifts over college and COVID-19.

Tedd Blankenship and Stuart Countryman

One Small Step partners Tedd Blakenship (60) and Stuart Countryman (58) talk about voting their conscience, losing faith in a party, guns, trust in media, and alternative energy.

Jayalakshmi Ranganathan and Twara Sandeep(with Uma Ranganathan and Tulasi Ranganathan as intermediaries)

Twara Sandeep(16) talks with her grandmother Jayalakshmi Ranganathan(73) and asks her questions about her life, with her mom Uma Ranganathan(38) and aunt Tulasi Ranganathan(30) as intermediaries and to join in the conversation as they see fit.

Judith Stoia and Patricia Kelly

Long time friends Judy Stoia (76) asks Patricia Kelly (72) about her experience being a teacher during desegregation efforts in Boston in the 1970s.

David Heffelfinger and Steven Baum

David Heffelfinger (67) and One Small Step conversation partner Steven Baum (74) discuss impactful moments in their lives and historical moments in US politics.

Father and son chat

Guy Charlot(father) and Nathan Charlot(Son) talk about old memories and show appreciation towards each other.

What music means to us.

I interview critically acclaimed artist Simon Molnar (16) about music and what it means to us. We talk about how music is a language within its self and what experiences we take away from every sound and piece we listen...

AP Didier and Chris Walsh

Chris Walsh (76) talks with her grandson, AP Didier (18) about her childhood in Orangeburg, South Carolina during the 1950s-1960s in the Jim Crow south, her father's experience in a German POW camp, and how her town has evolved since...